Film Class #4
Grief is both poetic and real; subtle and intense; constricting and freeing. Grief is blue.
Film Class Movie #3
One of the funniest movies about making movies. It presented every filmmaker's worst nightmare as everything that could go wrong in a film set goes absolutely wrong. It was so good that I think all my dreams of ever making it in the film industry has been dispelled by this movie... I think I'd be content in just being an avid consumer and admirer of this art form than subject myself to the stresses in that…
My first Hudson-Day picture did not disappoint! This is one of those movies that you’d say “they just don’t make films like this anymore.” Vibrantly filmed in Cinemascope and Eastmancolor and blessed with one of the catchiest opening title songs ever. The story is sexy without being bawdy, naughty without being vulgar, and romantic without being too mushy. Bring back the sex comedies without the sex!
I have to admit I initially sought this for Tony Randall and he was…
May the Stars be with You: Birthday Celebrations #1
Audrey Hepburn (May 4, 1929)
This is not the best Audrey Hepbrun film to watch in celebration of her birthday, in fact it’s the worst Audrey film... EVER. Although I haven’t finished her entire filmography yet, I’m definitely claiming this to be the worst one since any other film of hers that I have yet to see could never be worse after watching this monstrosity. I give this one star for…